Is This Our Last Trading Prediction for 2019?

Here’s a follow-up recap video for a 2019 swing trade and what to expect going forward. On the news, you often hear things like, “We’re at all-time highs. The market will soon crash.” While that may be true in some cases, let’s see what actually occurred. Back on Oct. 11, 2019, we did a webinar with many attendees. There was a long move suggested by John Paul based on a recent retracement. Many traders were interested in this trade. Once the market breaks the highs, there’s often a “pop” or “test.” Once two consecutive candles occur, that can be a good sign to look for a winning opportunity.

Rather than what pundits say, our mantra is “follow the price”. In contrast to what the media says, John Paul believes the market will continue higher. At about 3:00 in the video, listen to the trading idea that may put you in a good position for the coming holidays. We could be looking at another testing of the highs with continued bullish activity thereafter.

In a month or so, we’ll try to do a follow-up video for this video and see if the estimations were correct and provide reflection.

Trading With an Edge Against All Odds

Have you been keeping up with all of our new trading videos? Here’s another day showing Atlas Line and ATO 2 signals on the E-mini S&P 500 (ES). Also, you’ll see the Trade Scalper operating on a “2 range” chart. Jumping right into the video, you’ll see John Paul is in a trade/position worth three points.

The earlier trade was a losing short trade. You can see how that unfolded in real-time where the future is unknown. We often consider later winning trades a form of recovery, though there is no guarantee they will occur. When you use the ATO 2 and the Trade Scalper, you will get more signals are more chances for recovery. That said, bad days can and will occur, so if you experience losses early, again, don’t assume you will always make up the difference later via “revenge trading.” Trading is about consistency over time and that’s the goal. To us, two losses often signal a time to analyze the current day and reconsider further trading.

At around 3:00, take a look at the Trade Scalper. John Paul was waiting for the next signal to occur across multiple systems. Compare our various trading systems to see what works best for you. If you want it all, consider our eight-week Group Mentorship Program that begins tomorrow, November 14, 2019. Reserve your seat while there’s still time!

New Group Mentorship Class Starts Nov. 14, 2019

A new Group Mentorship class begins Nov. 14, 2019. Eight weeks of live training will teach you everything you need to know to successfully trade futures and currencies. All courses and software are included with full, non-expiring licenses. This new session has classes twice each week.

We expect this new session to fill up quickly. It’s a good idea to reserve your seat as soon as possible.

Click here to submit your $500 deposit. This deposit secures your seat and provides you with the first week’s materials ahead of time. You’ll be able to receive the ATO 2 course and software for NinjaTrader right away!

What’s included?
• Live coaching
• Atlas Line® software
• Roadmap method
• Blueprint method (as taught in Power Price Action)
• X-5 method (as taught in the Floor Trader Secrets Manual)
• At the Open 2 (ATO 2) Course
• Trade Scalper Course
• Price Action Scalping Course
• ABC Pattern
• How to Filter Trades
• How to Trade the News
• How to Set Up Your Charts
• How Manipulation Works

…plus much more!

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What If You Traded Like This? Atlas Line + ATO 2

Here’s a look at the Atlas Line and ATO 2 in a live trading environment. The first signal for the E-mini S&P 500 (ES) that appears is an Atlas Line Long signal at the close of the 9:55 a.m. candle when the price was at 3094.5. This is a long entry because it is the second close above the Atlas Line (the dashed diagonal line below the price candles).

You can see how the price is plotting in real-time, or “live” as we call it. We’re hoping the following candle or candles will exceed the profit target. The profit target is based on the ATR (Average True Range) using a Period value of 4. At the time this trade was placed, the ATR value was around 2 points, so that’s the profit target we used. In other words, we let current market conditions dictate the amount of profit we seek. A less volatile market equals lower profit potential, so we inversely account for this as well.

See the news indicator in the upper-left of the chart? That’s a free trading download we have on this website. It’s a good way to keep track of upcoming news events. Generally, you want to avoid big news events as they can create sudden volatility. By the way, if you enroll in our eight-week Mentorship Program, you can get the version that excludes the advertisement.

Keep watching the video because at 2:20, John Paul shares ATO 2 performance with a confirming Long signal.

Atlas Line & ATO 2 Recent Trades: Signal Software

In the video below, take a look at the recent Atlas Line and ATO 2 performance. John Paul applies the two price action indicators to a 5-min E-mini S&P 500 chart. He sees the signals for the first day for the day along with all of the other people attending the live webinar.

Right away, you can see the Atlas Line signal appears to be a winner. Price moved up after the Atlas Line’s Long signal was produced. We also had additional Strength trades confirming the anticipated market direction. Do you see the small “S” signals symbolizing the Strength trades? We use the ATR (Average True Range) to determine the profit target. In this case, the ATR was a little above two points (using a Period setting of 4). We round down the ATR, so the profit target there was 2 points. Did you know you can set the Atlas Line to produce trades based on various market open sessions? Yes, you can cause the signals to be based on the European open, for example. This is also possible for the ATO 2.

If you’re more interested in the ATO 2, jump to the 5:00 mark and review. Like the Atlas Line, the ATO 2 will produce signals soon after the market opens. However, the signals are based on entirely different principles. If you’ve watched some of our videos, you can see how both systems occasionally “agree” on the anticipated market direction. We believe using multiple systems to confirm trades is a great technique. Are you using just one trading system? See what we have to offer. The best way to get and learn everything we have is our eight-week Mentorship Program that begins Nov. 14, 2019. Register soon because we have students inquiring daily!

Webinar Recording: Learn the ABC Price Action Method

Whatever market you’re looking at: E-mini, NASDAQ, currencies, etc., each exhibits general patterns of activity throughout the day. You will notice there are periods of fast and slow activity that occur around similar times every day. In some cases, you can divide the day into three segments: A, B, and C. In the following video, you’ll learn how to recognize the ABC Method or ABC Pattern. When there’s a breakout after a segment, you can place a trade.

With the E-mini, you can divide the day into three segments beginning at 9:30 a.m. US/Eastern. We start at 9:30 a.m. because that is the traditional time the market is considered to open. From 9:30 a.m. to noon, that is segment A. From noon to 2:30 p.m., that is segment B. From 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., that is segment C. Note segment C is shorter in duration than the others. Look for two consecutive candles closing above or below each segment. That is the entry point.

In the video, you will see the ABC Software in use for NinjaTrader. The software plots the entry points easily. Currently, you can get the software by purchasing the ATO 2 course and software or enrolling in our eight-week Mentorship Program.

Video: Trade Scalper Live Signals & Order Types

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Here’s a look at recent and real-time Trade Scalper signals. Note that the full version of the Trade Scalper software that you receive as a customer draws a number of lines on your chart. These lines help guide your trading. What are you are seeing in the video is the simplified version for demonstration purposes, although the signals are the same for all versions.

In the video, John Paul covers using the Trade Scalper as signals appear, trade management, entry, and exit. Different order types can be used: stop orders, limit orders, stop with limit orders, and market orders. Do you know the differences between them? Don’t worry because John Paul breaks down each order type. For the Trade Scalper method, you will need to use specific order types because of the goal: many small winning trades.

Did you know that a training video is included with purchase? Yes, you’ll learn how to trade the method exactly as intended.

Also, you will get a copy of the Trade Scalper during the eight-week Mentorship Program. Mentorship is the best and most cost-effective way to learn all of our techniques. We have set aside some of them especially for Mentorship students. The next class begins Oct. 22, 2019, so enroll today to save your seat!

Two Nice Long Signals Start Off This Live Webinar

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Right away, we can see the ATO 2 and Atlas Line software are in agreement the expected price direction will be long. This is why the long (or buy) signal is generated. When we see two or more systems confirming the same, we see this as a very positive sign. Did both trades work out? Keep watching. He shows what happened at about the 18:00 mark.

From there, John Paul recaps some market activity that occurred earlier in the year. This is to determine whether 2019 will be a “January Effect” year. The rule for this is as follows. If price closed higher than it opened for the month of January, 2019, one may expect the end of the year to close higher than January’s close. According to John Paul, this activity is worth paying attention to because of a decent degree of historical accuracy.

John Paul Recaps Atlas Line Short & Long Trades

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Here’s a review of the Atlas Line signals that occurred Oct. 8, 2019. If you were using the Atlas Line with the same settings, you would see the same signals. Note the nice Short trade that occurred early on and another that occurred around 11:30 a.m. ET. When there are two closing bars above or below, you’ll get a Long or Short signal, respectively. There was a Long signal later in the day that John Paul covers around 3:40 in the video.

We try to take an objective approach. We use the ATR (Average True Range) to determine the profit target and stop loss. It’s important to have stops in place to protect yourself. We teach you what to use in the training video. The Atlas Line uses multiple stop loss strategies. The S and P signals are for Strength and Pullback trades. There are specific rules that cover those signals. You can enable or disable those signals if you don’t want to see them. The Atlas-B trades are for “bounce” trades. These are optional as well. Remember, not every trade will be a winner of course! We happily point that out in this video and elsewhere.

How to day trade using price action: Day trading for beginners episode 15: Day Trade Wyckoff Springs

Welcome to Day Trade To

Today we’re going to continue where we left off in the last episode. I showed you how the markets are manipulated to break a support line in order to have you scared out of your position. How the market then immediately reverses and starts a new trend in the opposite direction – i.e. in the direction that you and many traders thought the market would go – but everyone got scared out out their positions when the market broke the support line. 

This is what Wyckoff traders would call a spring! The market is squeezed together like a spring, and when the tension is released the market shoots right up – just like a spring would do.

I have heard some pretty experienced price action day traders say that trading these springs is one of the best ways to trade the markets using price action only. And I definitely agree, and if you look at the chart I guess you can see why. After the market has broken through the support, it usually moves up explosively and the trader who bought down here makes a lot of money in no time.

Unfortunately, it is very difficult to trade these setups live, because it goes against everything you have learned about the markets and what’s supposed to happen when the markets break a support line – you will definitely think that the market will move down. So it also goes against your emotions, beliefs and rationale.

So my suggestion for how you can approach this instead is to let the spring and the subsequent market action play itself out – let the market break the low, let it reverse and start moving upwards. Don’t rush into things. Wait for the first pullback. That is when you should enter your position. 

If this pullback holds above the previous low, the spring  – then it will be a great time to enter your position. If the pullback is on lower volume and smaller candles than the up move then, just like we discussed previously, then that is a very good indication that the line of least resistance is UP – and you can go long!

So, let the market break the low, wait for it to move upwards, wait for the next pullback and enter your position.

You can also have the opposite situation for a short trade. Wait for the market to break the high, let it reverse and move down. Wait for the bear rally on lower volume and smaller candles and enter your trade. The bear rally should not reach as far down as the initial upthrust.

So that’s it. That a good price action day trading strategy. It is difficult to trade the spring or the upthrust, but if you wait for the first move and the pullback then it becomes much easier to trade this.

And hey! Just a few more days and the day trading mentorship program will start. If you’re serious about becoming a day trader, go to and sign up for the 8-week mentorship program where you’ll learn great day trading strategies and be coached by a pro trader. Get your free day trading simulator and live real-time data feed for practicing – at 

Until next time, good trading!

All trades should be considered hypothetical. No guarantees or claims of performance are offered. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Day trading is risky and may cause substantial financial loss. Individual performance may vary, as trading subjects your finances to new, unexpected market conditions. You are responsible for executing trades. Before trading, consult with a licensed broker and a financial expert see if day trading is suitable for you.